The results aren’t in, the votes haven’t been counted, but you can still book a place at Tom Watson’s election results party! An intriguing invite popped up in Mr S’s… Continue reading The post Tom Watson plans results party appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
It's that time of the month. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has reportedly said goodbye to over a dozen fighters, as the world's leading mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion tidied up its roster and released underperforming talent. Show More Summary
The cast of The Circle, from The Spectacular Now director James Ponsoldt, continues to expand in intriguing ways. The lineup already features Tom Hanks, Emma Watson and John Boyega playing characters based on Dave Eggers‘ satirical novel about an ambitious tech company. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Karen Gillan has been tapped to co-star in James Ponsoldt’s film adaptation of Dave Eggers’ The Circle. The Doctor Who and Guardians Of The Galaxy actress joins a loaded cast that includes Tom Hanks, Emma Watson and John Boyega. Gillan...Show More Summary
Tom Watson is the bookies favourite to become Labour's deputy leader and if Jeremy Corbyn also wins the leadership crown then the Peoples' Party will be represented by two middle-aged, white men. Albeit Jeremy Corbyn is actually 66 years old, but no doubt you get my general drift. Show More Summary
Have you ever read a more embarrassing letter than this resignation letter from Tom Watson MP - to the Labour leader Ed Miliband? Sycophantic and self-serving were the words that came to mind as I was asked to believe that Tom's resignation...Show More Summary
Bubba can get Belichick to smile.
Emma Watson will have John Boyega as her leading man and romantic interest in the movie of Dave Eggers’ book The Circle. Producers of the futuristic thriller announced that Watson and Boyega, along with Tom Hanks, will add their immense talents to the film. Show More Summary
John Boyega will be heading back to Earth for his first major role post Star Wars The Attack the Block actor has been cast in the lead role of The Circle, an adaptation of the eponymous Dave Eggers book. He'll chew scenery opposite Emma Watson and Tom Hanks. Show More Summary
'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' star John Boyega has signed on for a lead role opposite Tom Hanks and Emma Watson in 'The Circle'.
Boyega will play Ty, the young visionary behind the Circle who develops a relationship with Watson's character The post Star Wars Star John Boyega to Join Tom Hanks in The Circle appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
And it's a biggy! He'll be sharing the screen with Tom Hanks and Emma Watson! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Deadline is reporting that John Boyega's superstar rise is still going strong. He has been cast alongside...Show More Summary
When Chris Camozzi beat Tom Watson at UFC Fight Night 73 it snapped a five-fight losing skid for Camozzi in the octagon.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
NASHVILLE – Riding a sharp jab and a series of easy takedowns, Chris Camozzi outpointed Tom Watson in a grinding three-round battle.Filed under: News, UFC
Tom Watson bids for record 4th title at Senior British Open at Sunningdale
Less than a week after his emotional farewell to the British Open at St. Andrews, Tom Watson is going for a record fourth title in the British Senior Open on the Old Course at Sunningdale.
Five-time British Open champion Tom Watson left the Old Course stage one last time as the sun set Friday on St. Andrews. Watson cleared the way for an exciting finish, but first, the field has to be whittled down when play resumes on Saturday. Here are the five things we're looking for tomorrow on Day 3 of the British Open: 1. Show More Summary
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — As metaphors go, you don't get any more fitting than this: Tom Watson, playing out the string on his British Open career as the sun descended behind him. Night was falling fast, but this was Tom Watson, five-time...Show More Summary
In a race against darkness, men, women and children spilled from the grandstands and cheered and clapped for Watson as he finished his final British Open round.
As dusk turned to twilight - or as the Scottish fancy it, "gloaming" - came Friday, ceremony and nostalgia trumped all at the British Open on the Old Course.